After being referred to an orthopedic hand specialist, I was diagnosed with hand dystonia, which there really isn't treatment and carpel tunnel syndrome in both wrists. The doctor said the surgery for the carpel tunnel is a very simple procedure, that will eliminate the numbness associated with CTS and actually provide relief to my shoulders, arms and hands. While viewing the nerve being pinched and outside the carpel tunnel via sonogram,I grasp the problem. I gained temporary relief from an injection to the tunnel and it felt much better for about two weeks. My question, who else has dealt with hand dystonia and/or carpel tunnel syndrome and can you offer any advice, pro, or con?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.